Who will win The Bachelors Australia 2023?
For former NRL turned hopeful heartthrob Luke Bateman, fans currently believe that the country boy will be swept off his feet by 29-year-old beauty therapist Ellie, with odds sitting at $1.54.
Following closely behind Ellie is 29-year-old health project manager Aarthi, who is currently tipped as second most likely to win Luke's heart with odds of $3.00.
Despite the loveable lumberjack making some strong connections in the mansion, some fans do believe that there is still a slim chance that Like will leave the competition still single, with odds of Luke's solo exit sitting at $7.00.
After being dramatically dumped by contestant Anastasia during his most recent group date, fans believe that model Ben Waddell will fall for 25-year-old PR manager Mckenna, with odds currently sitting at $1.57.
Trailing behind Mckenna is 25-year-old jewellery salesperson Caitlin, who is in second place with odds of $4.00.
While fans may believe that Ellie is Bachelor Luke's perfect match, some also believe that her chemistry with the environmentalist also places her in the running for his final rose, with odds currently at $5.00.
Guided through the competition by his faith, Bachelor Wesley Senna Cortes found love with 25-year-old mining administrator Brea, with the pair deciding to leave the competition before the final rose ceremony.
"I love how clumsy you are and I think you’re beautiful and I think the spark was something that kept on growing. So, from now on, I would actually love to just focus on you,” Wesley told Brea.
After confessing his attraction to Brea, the new couple enjoyed an overnight date outside The Bachelors mansion, however, the mood soon went south after Wesley shared he had arranged a separate room for Brea to stay in.
“It’s almost comical because there is a bit of a dampener on the mood. Right now, this is not a good start,” Brea told the camera, with the chemistry in the room quickly evaporating.